Maximum Efficiency: Building Skill Sets in Your Paint Crew for Optimal Results Reply

Earl’s paint team includes two other people. Earl paints all trims and moldings, both inside and out. His nephew John cleans and primes all surfaces. Keith tapes off edges while John is priming, and then follows behind with the sprayer or roller to paint the walls.

Adrian’s paint team also includes three people, but they work in a different manner. Each member goes to a different room in the client’s house and begins taping off edges. Then they prime the paint surface. Once the primer is ready, each team member begins painting the walls. Then, when the walls have been completely painted, each individual begins working on the trim in the room.

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How to Use Social Media to Promote Your Painting Business 2

In the last two days, we have discussed the importance of creating and managing an online presence for your painting business. The most important part of your online identity is your website. Most potential clients will seek out your website prior to working with you, so it is important that what they find is a great representation of what you offer.

That said, there are a number of other tools available online that you can use to leverage your brand and reach even more potential clients. The tools below aren’t guaranteed to bring new business¬†on their own, but together they can help establish your expertise and professionalism in a way that separates you from competitors that aren’t putting in the time and energy to cultivate a positive online reputation. The following services are all online, free to setup an account, and are a great way to engage with potential clients, as well as your professional community. As a note, I’ve provided links to help you get started with each service as well – it really is simple!

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